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Fatty Liver- A Silent Killer
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Fatty Liver- A Silent Killer

Liver is the second largest organ in the body which produces bile and helps to process the nutrients from food and drinks, further it filters the harmful substances from the food. Liver also helps to resist the infections by removing toxins and bacteria from the blood. There is a modest amount of fat in a...

Know More about Osteoarthritis
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Know More about Osteoarthritis

Adults frequently complain of joint pain, which is typically brought on by regular wear and tear from daily activities including walking, bending, standing, and lifting. Running and sports involving jumping or fast pivots increase the risk of knee pain and other related issues in athletes. But whether joint pain is brought on by ageing or...

Gastroenterological Problems
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Gastroenterological Problems

Nowadays with the change in lifestyle, consumption of junk food, eating irregularly has led to a very common problem among us – gastric problems such as stomach pain, loss of appetite, bloating, and nausea. These gastric problems arise due to inflammation in the mucosal lining of the stomach, any bacterial infections such as Helicobacter pylori...

Dengue Fever Awareness
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Dengue Fever Awareness

Dengue is a vector-borne disease transmitted by an infected female mosquito of the Aedes aegypti species that causes high fever. These mosquitoes are different from normal mosquitoes with white bands present on their legs. It often bites during the day and after the infected mosquito bites a human, the symptoms start developing in the body...

WORLD ZOONOSES DAY
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WORLD ZOONOSES DAY

This day is celebrated in remembrance of French biologist Louis Pasteur who gave the first dose of the first vaccine against the zoonotic disease rabies. This day holds importance in promoting awareness and educating people about the zoonotic diseases that can be transmitted from animals to the humans.           Zoonoses, also known as zoonotic diseases,...

National HIV Testing Day
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National HIV Testing Day

On June 27, 1995, the first National HIV Testing Day (NHTD) was observed. This is a day to encourage people to get tested for HIV, learn their status, and connect with care and treatment. The theme for 2022, “HIV Testing is Self-care,” is apt, given the importance of self-care during the COVID-19 pandemic This year’s...

World Vitiligo Day
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World Vitiligo Day

This day is celebrated in remembrance of Michael Jackson who suffered from vitiligo and died on 25th June, 2009 to create global awareness about vitiligo. It encourages unity among the people with vitiligo to rule out the discrimination faced by them by the people and raise their voices and visibility in all the areas of...

World Sickle Cell Anemia Day
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World Sickle Cell Anemia Day

Sickle cell anemia is the most common inherited blood disorder which causes “sickle” shaped red blood cells in humans. These deformed blood cells stick with each other, blocks the blood flow and oxygen to reach the other parts of the body. This day is observed annually with the goal to increase public knowledge and an...

Menstrual Hygiene Day
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Menstrual Hygiene Day

Menstruation or menses is the monthly shedding of the lining of a woman’s uterus. It is also known as the menstrual period, cycle or period. The menstrual blood is composed of blood and tissue from the endometrium of the uterus and flows through the cervix and out of the body through the vagina. The average...

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World Alzheimer’s Day 2021

This day raises awareness of the cause and severity of Alzheimer’s disease, and it is observed throughout the month in certain countries. Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative brain condition that gradually deteriorates memory and cognitive abilities, among other things. It is the most frequent cause of dementia in older individuals. It is also a progressive...

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